Arizona State University
Student Services Projects
DOWNTOWN | POLYTECHNIC | TEMPE | WEST
MARCH 2012
Campus Location:
Downtown
Gross Square Footage:
64,283
(includes both the recreation
facility and Exercise and
Wellness)
Total Project Cost:
$24,132,500
(includes Exercise and
Wellness)
Architect:
Gabor Lorant
Construction Team:
Sundt
Project Start Date:
March 2012
Project End Date:
May 2013
Funding Source:
Student Facilities Fee
Downtown Phoenix campus
The Y @ ASU
The Y @ ASU is being constructed in direct response to student demand and input.
Included in this project are state-of-the-art weight and fitness areas, including
cardiovascular and strength equipment, and free weights. In addition, the Y @ ASU will
feature three multi-purpose studios for group fitness and mind/body classes, a two-court
gymnasium, a rooftop outdoor leisure pool and a multi-purpose area for student clubs to
utilize. With classroom space for Exercise & Wellness on the second floor, the new facility
will augment the existing YMCA services and will serve both ASU students and Y
members.
The new facilities will enhance recreation and wellness programming in fitness,
intramurals, sport clubs, aquatics and drop-in play, which further engages students,
builds community and supports healthy lifestyles.
The building is planned to be a five-story, sustainable structure, with a minimum of
Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) silver certification.
Campus Location:
Downtown
Gross Square Footage:
20,500
Total Project Cost:
$4,767,525
Architect:
Holly Street Studios
Construction Team:
Caliente
Project Start Date:
March 2012
Project End Date:
September 2012
Funding Source:
Student Facilities Fee
Downtown Phoenix campus
Student Center @ The Historic Post Office
A section of the historic U.S. Post Office is being renovated to provide student
engagement and meeting space for students enrolled in academic programs at the ASU
Downtown Phoenix campus.
The student activity space is adjacent to the public space and will provide opportunities
for events and social gatherings.
The renovation will include a social area, a large multi-purpose room, multiple conference
rooms, a game room, and office space for student organizations.
The student engagement space will increase student involvement through leadership and
employment opportunities.
Downtown Phoenix campus
Expansion
Campus Location:
Polytechnic
Gross Square Footage:
61,000
Total Project Cost:
$25,590,000
Architect:
Architekton/360
Construction Team:
Gilbane
Project Start Date:
December 2011
Project End Date:
January 2013
Funding Source:
Student Facilities Fee
Polytechnic campus
Student Recreation Center
The Polytechnic campus recreation facility is planned to be a
two-story, sustainable structure, with a minimum of Leadership in Energy and
Environmental Design (LEED) silver certification.
This new facility will include two soccer fields, a softball field, a state-of-the-art weight and
fitness area, including cardiovascular and strength equipment and free weights.
Additionally, the new facility will house three multi-purpose studios for group fitness and
mind/body classes. Other features include, a student sport and activity clubs area, a twocourt sports gymnasium, a multi-activity gymnasium, two racquetball courts, expanded
Health Services with a wellness area, and an outdoor leisure pool with lap lanes and locker
room facilities.
The new facilities will enhance recreation and wellness
programming in fitness, intramurals, sport clubs, aquatics and drop-in play, which will
further engage students, build community and support healthy lifestyles.
Campus Location:
Polytechnic
Gross Square Footage:
84,657
Total Project Cost:
$14,500,000
Architect:
RSP Architects
Construction Team:
CORE Construction
Project Start Date:
June 2011
Project End Date:
August 2012
Funding Source:
Third Party
Polytechnic campus
Innovation Academic Village
This fall, 300 freshmen will reside in the new Innovation Academic Village housing facility
at the ASU Polytechnic campus.
The new three-story, 84,657-square-foot residence hall, will have two three-story residence
wings, creating an environment where students of the same major and academic interests
live together, interact with faculty members and have access to academic resources and
student services.
The two buildings will be linked by a one-story common area with a lobby, an information
desk, administration offices, a community kitchen, two multipurpose rooms, group study
rooms and a small engineering studio. Each wing features three student activity
lounges – one on each floor for pool, gaming and table tennis. In addition, each floor of
each wing will have a laundry area and two quiet study rooms.
The hall is designed to meet Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)
silver specifications.
Campus Location:
Polytechnic
Gross Square Footage:
19,857
Total Project Cost:
$10,200,000
Architect:
RSP Architects
Construction Team:
CORE Construction
Project Start Date:
June 2011
Project End Date:
August 2012
Funding Source:
ASU Revenue Bond
Polytechnic campus
Dining Facility
The ASU Polytechnic dining facility, located near the Student Union offers a great
environment for students to gather for meals, team projects and events.
The new facility will accommodate up to 1,200 students and consist of a dining area with
exterior seating on three sides, that will offer connections to the existing campus. In
addition, the facility will have a small grocery store and café.
The dining facility will be a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)
certified silver building.
Polytechnic campus
Expansion
Campus Location:
Tempe
Gross Square Footage:
84,000
Total Project Cost:
$41,579,000
Architect:
Studio Ma/Sasaki
Construction Team:
Gilbane
Project Start Date:
March 2012
Project End Date:
March 2013
Funding Source:
Student Facilities Fee
Tempe campus
Student Recreation Center
The expansion of the Tempe Student Recreation Center will support healthy lifestyles,
further engage students and build community through enhanced recreation and wellness
programming in fitness, intramurals, sport clubs, aquatics and drop-in play.
The enhanced facility is planned to be a two-story, sustainable structure, with a minimum
of Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) silver certification.
Included in this project are an additional state-of-the-art weight and fitness area, including
cardiovascular and strength equipment, and free weights; two multipurpose studios for
group fitness classes and student sport/activity clubs; a three-court and a two-court
gymnasium for sports and campus events; a multi-activity court (MAC) gymnasium; a
wellness suite for massage, meditation, and other wellness programs and services.
The expansion will also include the development of additional sport fields.
Campus Location:
Tempe
Gross Square Footage:
215,000
Total Project Cost:
$55,000,000
(ACC estimate)
Architect:
Studio Ma/Solomon Cordwell
Buenz
Construction Team:
ACC - Hardison/Downey
Project Start Date:
October 2011
Project End Date:
August 2013
Funding Source:
Third Party
Tempe campus
Manzanita Hall
The iconic Manzanita Hall, built in 1967, is a 215,000-square-foot student residential
building.
This residence hall has been in continuous use for over 40 years and will undergo a
complete interior and exterior restoration.
The project is planned to remove obsolete building infrastructure and update building
systems and spaces. The renovated facility will accommodate 784 residents and 31 staff.
This project will be delivered by American Campus Communities (ACC).
Campus Location:
Tempe
Gross Square Footage:
184,560
Total Project Cost:
$ 22,000,000
(ACC estimate)
Architect:
DWL Architects
Construction Team:
Hardison / Downey
Project Start Date:
June 2011
Project End Date:
August 2013
Funding Source:
Third Party
Tempe campus
Villas at Vista Del Sol
Villas at Vista Del Sol is an expansion of the Vista Del Sol student housing development
at the southern end of the Tempe campus.
The Villas project replaces Ocotillo Hall and includes 400 beds in apartment and
townhouse configurations. This project will be delivered by American Campus
Communities (ACC).
University Housing is committed to providing a residential experience for continuing
students that complements their academic choices and supports their engagement in the
broader ASU experience.
Tempe campus
Expansion
Campus Location:
West
Gross Square Footage:
63,800
Total Project Cost:
$25,140,000
Architect:
Architekton/360
Construction Team:
Hayden
Project Start Date:
January 2012
Project End Date:
January 2013
Funding Source:
Student Facilities Fee
West campus
Student Recreation Center
The West campus recreation facility is planned to be a three story, sustainable structure,
with a minimum of Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) silver
certification.
This project will include, a 6-acre multipurpose field, redevelopment of an existing field as
a green quad for campus activities, a weight and fitness area, two multipurpose studios
for group fitness and mind/body classes and student sport/activity clubs.
Other features include, a two-court gymnasium for sports and campus events, two
racquetball courts, a wellness space and three alternative medicine studios, a pool with
lap lanes and locker facilities, a bike co-op for bike rentals and repairs, and a 3-lane indoor
running track with exterior exercise terraces.
The new facilities will enhance recreation and wellness
programming in fitness, intramurals, sport clubs, aquatics and drop-in play, which will
further engage students, build community and support healthy lifestyles.
Campus Location:
West
Gross Square Footage:
97,844
Total Project Cost:
$14,298,675
Architect:
Todd and Associates
Construction Team:
Hardison
Project Start Date:
October 2011
Project End Date:
July 2012
Funding Source:
Third Party
West campus
Casa de Oro
Casa de Oro, a new 365-bed, 97,844-square-foot residential facility will be home to
freshman and sophomore classes this fall.
This new residential college community will double the number of students living on
campus, creating an environment where students of the same major and academic
interests live together, interact with faculty members and have access to academic
resources and student services.
Designed to be a hub for student residential life, Casa de Oro provides double occupancy
suite-style units, including a social lounge, gaming lounge, study rooms, a community
kitchen for programming use, laundry facilities, a business center and an interior
landscaped courtyard.
The hall is designed to meet Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)
silver specifications.
Campus Location:
West
Gross Square Footage:
37,316
Total Project Cost:
$9,500,000
Architect:
Hanbury Evans
Wright Vlattas
Construction Team:
Hardison/Downey
Project Start Date:
October 2011
Project End Date:
July 2012
Funding Source:
ASU Revenue Bond
West campus
Just steps away from Casa de Oro, the dining facility, offers a great environment for
Dining Facility
The dining facility will accommodate up to 1,200 students and feature late night dining
students to gather for meals, team projects and events.
options, open and private dining areas,
retail space, a student lounge, market style serving areas and a Jamba Juice.
The building is designed to meet Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)
Silver specifications.
West campus
Expansion
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